Drop by Small Business Saturday Artist and Writer Mart at Open Book to say hello and buy some artist books from myself, and printed materials from Carbon Copy Co. Press (we’re sharing a table).
More than 30 writers, artists, and makers will share their work at our celebration of small businesses and entrepreneurs! Come and kick-start your holiday shopping, pick up books and supplies to keep you busy this winter, and support independent makers and writers. There is something for everyone at this unique mart.
Minnesota Center for Book Arts and Milkweed Books will be open this day and will have special additional activities and features in celebration of small businesses.
Participating artists and writers include:
Angry Peanut Press
Bright Bard Games and Art
Carbon Copy Co. Press
Carolyn Colburn, author
Celeste Brosenne, artist
Cow Tipping Press
Dan Breva, artist
Eagle Screen Printing
Jennifer Bowman, artist
Karin Knudsen, artist
Lost & Bound Book Arts
Maddy Buck, artist
Marie Olofsdotter, artist
Mark Ehling, artist
Mary Holland, artist
Nikolina Lazetic, artist
Obsidian Pause| Wearable Paper Art LLC
Rachel Awes, artist and writer
Come by studio 221 at Casket Arts Building and get some holiday shopping done early! Several artists from Title Collective – including myself – will have their artist books and zines for sale (save on shipping).
Casket Arts Building
681 17th Ave NE, Minneapolis MN
November 4-6, 2022 (And stop by the following Saturday, Nov 12 – our table will be up and selling again!)
Nov 4: 5-10pm
Nov 5: 12-8pm
Nov 6: 12-5pm
Nov 12: 12-5pm
Fun news: I’ll be selling some of my Social Practice zines and a few copies of Some Social Practice at the Twin Cities Book Festival at the Title Collective table. This festival is a project of Rain Taxi, which champions aesthetically adventurous literature through publications, events, and service to the literary community.
The event runs 9am-6pm on October 15. If you want to come say hello, I’ll be masked and sitting at the table 3-6pm on Saturday, October 15. See you there?
I started an experiment that builds on both my interests in independent publishing and visiting/reflecting on various artistic happenings. I’m hosting this short-form independent arts writing and reflection experiment at Art-Sprawl.com.
I’ve been documenting art experiences on my Instagram account for the past several years, and this new project builds on that photo-centric model. I’m curious about alternative and even absurdist modes of arts writing, publishing, and reflection. I wonder about collaborative responses to artistic experiences, and perhaps some reflections that do not center the written word.
While the majority of my reflections are based out of the Twin Cities, the subjects of this experiment will not be limited only to that geography. I plan for this project to last a few months, and I will disclose if I have a preexisting relationship with any of the artists.
Interested in participating? Have an idea for a bit of reflection? Reach out: email@example.com
I plan on maintaining a somewhat slow pace – publishing every 1-3 weeks. I won’t be featuring every exhibition/event I attend (I’ll keep posting those pics on my Instagram account) because I’m trying to keep the experiment manageable in scale. Feel free to subscribe via email at Art-Sprawl.com.
This is a delayed announcement (I remembered to post to Instagram, but forgot my own website!). I am delighted to have my work What It Takes featured in this textbook, Art for Everyone (Oxford University Press, 2022).
There is both a formal analysis of the work, as well as an interview featured in the book.
“Developed by practicing artists, Art for Everyone is a practical and accessible guide to art appreciation that emphasizes the creative process and the importance of art in our everyday lives. Art for Everyone pairs a thorough exploration of art techniques with the most concise introduction to
art history available, highlighting topics that are meaningful to today’s students.” – Chemeketa Community College Faculty